A nice summary video from The Atlantic, that showcases ‘what happens at an MIT hackathon.’ For me, what distinguished this video/event from the other typical coding/tec hackathons is that the event was called Hacking Arts. Their mission was to “ignite entrepreneurship and innovation within the creative arts.” Interestingly, most of the technological artifacts seemed like it would be more commonly found in a makerfaire.
Yu-Ling Lee is a Postdoctoral Fellow at the University of British Columbia and can be reached at yulinglee (at) alumni (dot) ubc (dot) ca
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